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"So theStory does."
"Twes m^m^fi^ if ?
So the ?torr goes?
The Franklin's daughter ehanoed to stray
Where the miU-atreaai flewa.
And as the rustic bridge shearossed?
? o thoatorr g:se?
0*er the rail ahn stooped, and lest
From ent her breast a rose.
The stream ran fast, the stream ran strong?
f?t tUe story gees?
And on Its waters bore along
The careless ??ijlea'a rose.
The miller s son atood by the bank?
So the stur y goes?
He stepped the wheel; and, ere it sank,
Caught up the maiden's rose.
Thtnrtn-his cap he placed the flower?
He the story gees?
And boldly te the maiden's bower
"Is tbirlhy'iower, gw'eeiheert!" he at led?
So the stery goes?
The maiden blushed the maiden sighed,
"Oh,giT?nje back my rcse!"
"T wo flowers," he said "so sweet and fair"?
So the ?tory goes?
"Twere shame to bart?snebresstsbold bear
Thyeelf and this red rose."
^'bat more the jcuth and maiden said
That Summer eve, who kuows!
But he kept the flower and won the maid?
^e tho stery goes.
Flow I do wish I were Maud John
"Why would jso like to be Maud
Johnson !" asked sister Fanny.
' Because Maud Htet in such a beau
tiiul house and wears silk orrises, and
r..ioB ln a handiomo earring'' aud doc
r. ?? hj(T? to gp to school, but has a teach
?%r u>r^karst.li slon*."
Vi'ou j you be wi'.liug t j icare papn
?ni mamntn.'Bobby sad I, fur these
"No. o-j' I Buti't help wit.h.: g I wen j
?D.d joa know that Maud was lame.''
i d' ed nuimms, '^iid .that ahe is often
;: ?k, und 6 omethm?|4v?ry louesotue, for.
scr: i.efl no brother o, ^i ler to play
?*j?':Uhl Ii-.; 1 did not kn ?w w.o
lame. 1 hare nerer sven her walk.
Sometime* she sits at the window whei<
j^e jiSAS tp.school, and ofti-u sec h< i
en our war home, riding in her curriajie
8areh I'ierce told u-e that her faihci
gare her alt the money she wanted,:an
that she could do just as /-he pleased
*nh if. I thought it would be uicce t
bars ail theso things, Hut if I should
hare to be lame, and to lire without an
bruuer or ei.icr, I wruld rit'-cr b?
TltowPTKD uy Luv?.? One mnrnint
I found little Horn bu.?y at the ironing
table, suioothing the towels and stock
??Isn't it bard work for little aru:t!" I
A lock like sun:>hine came into lor
fiice, as she glanced towards her in. thei
wlta wlis'rocking tho baby.
-It isn't hard whenl do it for minus
she said softly
Hew trj& it is that lore makes lab i
ewcet. So if we Lvo the blessed Sift
viour wc tdiall not Cud it hard work lot
Him. It is lore that malte? 11 u )
esscj and bis bureen light.
TA*. Hromt OY I/OYi.?"A little girl
'tjjjiid to her mother one dsv; 'Maiuuia, i
" "1 he mother'was busy, and did not re-.
ply1 so sh^eprated her wurdsj
??tili the mother made bat a sli^1 t
an2w?r *i:d little Emma said again, very
? Marurua, I Jo l*re'
,'J3ut why do think eo, my child!'
Because,' ssid Xmnia,'! love to do all
m to please jou.'
A gentleman sent to the intelligenc?
office to ob'ain ? ''joung lady" to look
on nhilo his wife did the work. The
fair creature wh<? was offered for the
) : tee, alter asking some fifty questions
*boui rhcthor they had utubs set
whether the "kitcheo was dowu stairs,"
e:o., a^ked lo.'W many erenings ?-he
could hare ?S-ut."' "Well," said the
1 ^cAticioan, "I don't see how we o.?u let
; od have more thau serett." "How
jyb ldrea have you 7" said the
iden. "Only one boy dight
o:ir3 o'.d, b)tt I wi.l drowu hito if you
* nlnl ho*il hs in the rond "
"'Jod Vnows what is best for us.''
t t . t r
sa d niamtn.e, "and he has given tt?
r^ach work to do which no ooo elso can
ohai.'gs places with any ooo else. Wc
are where (i.od pUced ue, and that we
may bi sure is the best place for ue.
Let us live to pleaso him, and then wo
shall always be contented and happy."
Customjcr.?' Jitd. jou call th?t a
veal cutlet waiter: Why. it is an insult
to every true talf in the country-''
Waiter; I d'dn't mean tg insult you,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills?
Tor mil the purposes of a I*axaUrs>
Fei aps 110 one medi
cine is so universally
No jlred by errearr
r-dy as a, cathartfo,
aor eres ever may be
fore ao universally
adopted into aae. la 1
every country and
among all classes, aa
this mild butemcient
purga?re J*<?. The
obvioua reason it
that It is a more rclla
ble and far more ef
fectual remedy than any other. Tkoae who hare
tried it, know that it cured them: thoie who bam
not.know that it cures their neighbors and friends;
and all know that what it does onee it doee al
ways?that It never fall? through any fault or nee;-1
gloctof it* composition. We have thousands upon
ti. ->usands of cortiilcato? of their remarkable curee
of the following complaints, but auch cures mrt
known in every neighborhood, and we need not
publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions
In all climate* j containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, they mar be taken with aafoiy
by anybody. 'Ilielraugar-?eatiug preserve* them
aver fro Mi, and makes them pleasant to take, while
being purely vegetable, no barm can ariso front
their u ?.. In any quantity.
'Ibey operato by thslr powerful Influence on Uie
internal vlscora to purify iho blood and stimulate
it into healthy action?remove the obstructions
of tbo stomach, bowels, It vor, and other organs of
the body, restoring their irregular actloutoheoltb,
and by correctiug, wtaerover they exist, auch de
rangements as are Utti fleet origiu of disease.
Minuto directions are gtreu in tho wrapper co
the box, for the follow nig oomelainU, which these
Pills rapidly cure: ?
for Dyspepsia* or f ?dle-osf loa, Uaxleee?
nose, I.teasraor and sLersa ?f A j>ii<m I te, they
should be takou moderately to stiuiufato the atom*
ach, and re"storo its healthy tone and action.
for l.iver < oinptuint and Us various symp
toms, Rtliniie IlMaMlaesie, Slick Messet,
arise. Janniltcr or iirrea aHck?eee, St?i.
tone Colic and Ulltoue sTevere, thoy should
be judiciously takeu for cadi ease, to correct the
dlscsped ac??u or remove die obstructions wbicii
For i?ysext<??-y or I?l*rrhoru, but one
mild dose is generally required.
For atUeanauf Isui. eUout, Gravel,
pltatlnn of the ?lcwrt, l*tsln tat tbtt
Hide, Ituck and JU>1n?, Kiev MioulrJ t>o contin
uously taken, aa required, to change Uic diseased
action of Uie system. W itb such change these
Tor 1? ropey and Rropeleial Swc>111 mg~m
they Hhoi?d ne taken in l*rjre and frequent doses
to produce the eflYv t of a "trustic purge.
>pr SnpprrHloa a Inrge OON should 1*?
takeu as it produces Uic d*:ued effect by ?\ ru
As a IHnncr VIII. take me or two rill? to
promote digestion and relici e Uie etomach.
An occasionni o??* stimuWteg the Ftomach and
bewein iuto bcaVhy union, restores iiie appetite,
Mid tuvigorates the system. Hence it is orton ad
vantageous ? hi ,-e no H*rH>u- deranKumctit exists.
One who feels tolerably weil, often finds that a
do*c of these I?IMa makes hnn feel decidedly bet
tor, from their dean ?lug and renovating cffiKt ?a
the ui^caiivc apparatus.
Dr. J. C. A YE II Jt CO., PractUii ChenxUU,
LOWELL. MASS., ?. S. A.
may 11 o ly
Ay^r's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Aiiuo, lutortnlttent B\yr?r,
Cnxll jreeor, Remittent ?vor. Dumb
Ajfio, rorivdiotU or Hdioue ITover, dc,
and indeod all the afleotions which m-lso
from, iialariuuy, uiaxtii, or miawa'.io
?Vit one rcie.rl? ;s "->ndor
ea!it>.l r>.- by the ne .?.?>;. .?>. ?t
tho American people *osn ^
BUCO aud sate e.;ro for Fover
nud Ague. Such ve nr i i-.i.v
enabled t? offer, ?iiti a j trToet
corteintv pia? !t wi*5 ? raiiicui*'
Uio dieca-c, and with .i?.-i!r
ance, founded on p.'oof, thai no harm can arlso
truiii ltd use in any quantity*
That wnii-h protects from or prevent* tlu> dis
order must be of Immense service In the cord*
ii\iif.iir>:f wherehprevails. Prevention is better
than - urij, for the putient eEcajn'i Uie ri' k wlilrh
ho must run tu violent uttackn uf ?ds baJetUl 'Iis
temper. This "CniUS" e??rl* the. nilruunatlc
v^'ieo;i of Kr.vRit a.*?ti A/j\ x, from ii*e nyatem,
ar.d prevenuj Uin deve.ovm?"iu of the rtiie'cse, If
token on the flr^t approach of itp prcirt'-nitory
symiitoais. It i-i not only Uie best remedy ever
>et uli?covered for this cUsk of complaints, bnt
also Ujo cheapest. Tho large quantity wo shp
ply for a dollar brings it witiibi thi reach of
vvevyltodv; aud in bilious districts, vh?*?o
Vcvin anii Aut'x prevails, everybo<ly should
hare it, and iiss it freely, Ik>Ui ff>r cure and pro
fvU^n. It is hoped tbii price will place it h 'Una
tlio roach of all ?the poor aa weit aa tue rich.
A grent superiority or this remejy over auy
other ever dlncovored for the speedy aud certain
cure of In'crrolttcnta i^.thut it c->n;alns no Qui
nine or mineral; conaequeii?y it produce* no
aoirusm or other injurious effectb whatercr upon
te constitu?on. Thoso eurnrt v- ??> *^* ^
neaiiuy ae U u.oy nan vor had the dif Cil'-e.
Fever and Ague 1? not ?done Uie contequoueo
of tho mlasraatlc poison. A great variety of ilia
ordera arise from its irritutiou, ajcong wh.'-^h
are Neuralgia. Rheuiuotlem, Gout, Headache,
IUindniMO", Tootharlic^ Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Pfclpitari'in, t'Mintnl AlTe-tion of the Aplwn,
Hysterics, FaiumUits rt>>wcis, O-lic. Paralysis,
and deran'goineut of the Htumscta, aU Of which.
When originating in this cause, put ?n the in
termittent type. or oo-omf* perl.?ii< al. This
??CUB*" expel* tho i olson Crom Uie blood, tnd
consequently cures them all alike. It Is an In
valuablo protection to Immigrant? und persona
travelling or teaincrarily refilling in the
rious districts. If taken oecasinnally or flally
-sbUe exposed to the Inlcetion, that niU be ex
creted from Uie syrjent, aLil .'annot accuinoJate
in suJtlciftnt quantity to ripen into rl'peaae..
Hence it li even more valuable for protection
than eure: an<l few will over riuffcr from Inter
mlttentH if tbcv avail UieiuBelvce of the pr-Aoo
tion this remedy afford-..
For I/trt?r Cumptatnta, arl-Ini<- from torpid
ity of th? LJver, It I* tn evc^llent remedy, Mlm
uiat.ng the Liver Into hesJtliy ac;lvity, and uro
duclnK many truly rouark?bie our-;*, wbero
other medlcuies foil.
Dr. J- V. AYERAt CO,, I,o? til, Ttfose.,
/V?ec(eot and Aiutlytirml ChtnmioU,
AND BOLD ALL ROUVD TlfR WOULD.
PRICE, 3X.0O PER DOTTLS.
Key 11 e ly
THE CKi"AT- BLOOD' PUfttFl'E R .
Fcjeeesing powerful inrlroretiig
These biturs are nosI?Ttly invaluable m
They purify tbo system, and will cure
Eeeatteent and InterstUiteat Ferers,
end ees a preveattve ofCbilu and Jrvea.
Ali yield to their powerfal efficacy.
Are aa toUdote to enangs of we.t and lAtU
tothewseted f rams sad correct ail
_ TTfll eats days ef suffering fe tho t kU, n :vl
The grand Faaaosa for bli tho ills of life.
.1 R i - i)M? DOTTl.f.
r^.?W?fflL IT in
r v?w-? - ?^'Ta^sa.
In Young or O". l,M?jriff<^V^LTiuu.
or Single, these JtUtere are tie
equalled and have often been the*
tnseee ef saving life.
NOTICE.-?AU Vnrnnnn Itav
Lag demands aga-iast the Batate of the
late John Honneti will ran ter an account ef
th-in duly attested t... and iIm.'o ilidetitcd
will make payment to the nnderaigne?.
JOHN V. BON MITT.
V v *c:.f or.
Or.nj-*lMtrg March l" Ii 1?V>5 ff
HE wi? ndtHTS J WJ
a -trcnj and lirely competitor in trade, muot devote aims elf entirely te bio seat
neea. He nut kno* als market and suit his omtosaors,
Ay tke eelcctlea ef hie etoek, aad by kie prices mart invite tretX He wke
witk tke idea tkat any sort or goods will do
Te repent kis felly. A flrst-olass itoek, aad tke ability te aoll at tke cheapest priese will
? nable a merchant
Suctrufullf any opposition and to conquer lueeecc. Let easterners eeme in. Wketker
thiy buy my Groceries, Par* Liquora, Scgars aad Goods er act, if tkey arc pleated tkey
The b*>ct Stock of Groceries and tke Cheapest. A full liac ef Wkiskies. Horses Stabled
Mid eared .er at moderate ratci. A devotion to baciaeci Tkecc arc n* goareatese.
T.-y me. CL 1>. HURTJOUN.
mar 1 c ly
A MAN WHO
Starte Business should "gu la" to wia. Ia opening la a Bat?-;?-.is Beisel, tko labicriktr
detCi rn.atd u
' u a fuV and (7a?J Pltosk of Liquor?, that would cemmcad ikemcelvcs tc all, aad by eesr
tosy and attention to placo all wko tried hiu>
The necessity of admitting tkat he was a fair dealer Tbotc wke drank from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
ed '?.? *ur* edeteraained sbouid be satisfied and bo in dec cd te retnra. He de'.ermin
all d*T and tb:nk
to as to ?-st ib'.iti. <t reliable eustoni H?- fl*3 Bnc:otded. From Monday wore: -; the
-rem tk? time that bit knaeaaoaatct
i7?.' into tVo papers an i
fjr.e? tne netice of the ruMlc, until now. the sale of Lic/iorj, '^ejarraat Tssteeo io>
ceatiuuji wtth eaibatcd patrsasge.
'eora, aad hearty welcome ka? basa tke motte, aad
The tin lervgBed roturec his thanks for the liberal support ke kas received aad '??;? its
cenlinuanec at the ENTERPRISE SALOON, kept
BY J. HEB MAN WAHLERS.
ARRIVING RY KVBRY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
la order to be prepared forthe demands of the seaseo, I cos receiving large supplies ?f
ill tho various goods needed at this time of the pear; suck as
. Plantation Supplies, Tools, Plows, Irea, .
And everything else necessary to make a crop. I am Ageat far tke fellcwiag vsluaklo
tnd e tablisbed Manures :
ETI WAN GUAM ,
ETI WAN DISSOLVED BONK.
ETI WAN CR P POOD.
ATLANTIC At ID PHOSPHATE.
E FRANK*COK'8 PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLASTER LIME ANI> SALT.
All tko above Msnures are offered at n.inufacurers prioes will bs seid at tke casae
rms asattbc works aad will be delivered if requested at any depot ea laeSeoth Carolina
jeb 1 GKO. U. ?ORNELJON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
The Subsoribor takes great pleasur? in announcing to bis FRIBNDS and the COM
MUNITY that be has OPENED a 1IRSTCLABH HOTRL. at the Large Residence recast
ly occupied by Mr. Hano Wannamakor. Comfortable Acecmmodatieac, a Bcunteeus
fable ami Courleuc Attent.ou are Guaranteed.
jaa l*~Sm J. W. BS. ?IHFA
e f a if f*? ft < < *
A T COST
THE BALANCE OF MY STOCK OF
'Bsady Msde Clothing aad Ladies Urea*
Good's wjlj be offered for tke acit *?>
dave at and EE LOW COST fer tko
JUST ARRIVED FROM TUR ABOVJB XARKkT
A Splendid Stock of Fancy DBESS
and other Choice GOODS.
Wno 18 OFFERING
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
AS WELL AS TUR AROVR GOODS
AT AND BELOW COST
aL^O A FULL STOCK OF
OALL SOON AND
?a7 ? D. LOUIS.
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUbT IN AND FILLED WITH
A.ND CUSTOMKOLi AllO^VlUH AT
DLL SCOVILL & PIKE,
Making Selection from their Extraordinary Larrje ud Varied ftejk e/
Their assort anast, with ooastaat additions, ks
Heth m to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Market?
FOR THE CASH
Enahlo thaw to make the best possible RATES, whieh ie the OLD RULE eon
tinned frotw us ORGANIZATION?
Giving id experience 30 years in Rusineie.
Economy and Enterprise together with the Energy and gentlemanly dsBjtrt
me.nl nf ail their Assistants, are alwavi found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
25 e I,
to > V
\TTOCI.D INFOPM THE PUBLIC THAT nE IS sTTTT.L CARRTIXG OH TnB CAR
\\ ri.je Makihc in all its various .branches, and will Maaufsetar* er Repair at the
Sbertest Netiee, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am also prepares! With
NEW TRESS AND G N TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton OINNKD AT MY MILL kas hreugkt f-eaa \ ta \ eont so t
then that Ginned cn ?b? commrn 0 ? ?
. 9rt ?p1 ! l* It ^T**?-.
Chablbstox, 8. C. December 21, 1871.
l^kN AND AFTER 8UNDAT DECEMBI*
\J 24, the Passenger Train oo the
Carolina Railroad will ran aa follows
von aveeara. j?j 8?Pf
Leave Charleston.-8.10 A. M.
Arrive at Aoguata.4.1* P. lb
ArriTO at Columbia.4.04
Leave Augusta. .7 40 A. B.
Arrive at Cbarloatoa.?.20 P. W.
Loavo Columbia. .7.40*. at.
Arrive at Charleston..8.20 !*. M.
THftOCOB WILMIBOTOM tbai*
Leava Augusta.8.00 A. af.
Arrive at gingville.?0.OQ A. M.
Loavo KlngvlUe.12.80 P. hf.
Arrive at Augusta.6 80 P. M.
AUGi sTA utir axraus-svapaTs axoarraa
Leava Charleston.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A. M?
Leave Augusta.?.00 P. st
Arrive at Charleston..A?.6 A. M.
COLOMBIA bight bxpbbss-susdats BXOBrT
Leave Chs-'oeten........7.10 P. at.
Arrive at Columbia .?7.80 A. M.
I.ts-e Columbia...?.00 P. M.
Arr.ve at Charleston.7.00 A. M.
scmmsrtillk tb a is.
Leave Futnmerville at.7.28 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.....-.8.48 A. M. ,
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at.4.48 P. M.
Leave Camden.-.8.18 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. hf.
Leave Columbia.*.1.46 P. M.
Arrive at Camden. 5.24 P. ~.
Day and Night Trains mal e close oenace
tics at Augusta with Georr,is> Railroad and
Night Train connects with Maeoa aad
Columbia Night Train eonneoto with
Ureenville and Columbia Railroad, and with
Charlotte Road to points North.
Camden Train connects at stin grille daily
(exeept Sundays) with u%j Passenger Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, Vioe-PreeideaL
8. B. Picnass, General Tiakst Agent.'
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, 4c
P. P. TO ALE,
Manufacturer a?4 Pethlerv
No. 20 flavsesr Street sad Sevlbeeb's Wharf
CHARLESTON, 3. C.
SSsT* Thii is the Largest and a-.est Cosa?
(dele Factorv of the kind in the Southern)
?tat?s. and all artieUs is ihie line ?aa be
furnished by Mr. P. P. To a lb at Brise* waieaj
SSsT* A pamphlet with fell sad detailed
list <A all sises of Doors Sashes aad Bliaee,
aad the priese of oaeb, will bo sent free easel
nest Paid, on application) to
; TP. ?>. TOALC,
CHARLESTON. 8. ?L
jely IS wee
KONKY CANNOT BUf ITt
For Sig?t sat Frieeltwa IZ
BL'T THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES Will,
IP von velae your Fvcsigkt use those Par
feet Leases, Grouad frees Mianto Crystal
Pebbles. Malted together, and derive their ?
name "Diamond" on aeeouat of their Hard
ness and Rrilliaaey, Tboy will last many
y*. irs without ehongs. aad are warrant?*
superior to ali others in ?40.
Manufactured by the Sponsor Gp?eai
Manufacturing Co., Now York.
CAUTION. --None Genuing ?niese stamp
si with our trads mark. ,...
For Sei* by Responsible Agents tkrongh
out tee U'cien.
E. J. OLIYEROS.
jan 20?ly Orangebarg, 8. ?J.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF 80UTH CAROLINA, W
Orangebarg IS ran fit.
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST en
SPECI AL DEPOSITS and 8 PER CfcNT. on
SAVINGS DEPO?ITS, Compounded Semi
local Finance CoinwiH??.
Hon THOS W OLOVfcsaf
Col. PAUL S PKLDKR.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON. *
JAS. H. FOWLW.
mar SI Jan alp
? ? ????. ???????? ^- .
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION forming a part of
?he Estate of the late Col. Koiti, aad
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tree*
eoasiete of about 600 a ores, wmm ahmlf worn
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Bod, Lease
il, adapted to Crops of all kinds.' Those/
I the Finest Lands ia the District, asad
were valued] at ffco par aere fulSW: WeedS}
be sold for one-halt Iba? , riee now. Oav
fourth cash, the remeir cr in three instsl
seats bearing interest from date aad so.
eared by mortgage of the came.
This is a splendid chance for ana yae de
siring to secure Riob Lande,*}?* sT*ie* Powr
er, eacelleni Cattle lUuge and a PoSasdj
Neighborhood. Apply to ?yW
J4a# .tM ??*** t>fl. ,
?f either sex, young ar eld, asehe
people, af either sea, young or ale),
mere money at work *Jf st* dsmar
moments, at all the tisae. than at
slae. Partioolars fre?. AtteTTSiS
?r? ?*' - lo P-nhn^/Maiat.